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Save Big on Proclamation Goods High-Quality Cookware with this Exclusive Offer

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We’ve all had that moment in the kitchen. We’re digging through our cabinet full of pots, pans, and lids and wonder, “How did I accumulate all of this cookware?” We get the sudden urge to do away with it all except for the one or two pots and pans we actually use. But we never go through with it because we just can’t justify getting rid of a perfectly good piece of cookware, even if it isn’t that great.

Well, The Manual is teaming up with Proclamation Goods to help give you the strength to clear out the clutter in your kitchen and put you on the path toward that minimalist lifestyle. Right now, you can get $60 off The Duo Pot from Proclamation Goods when you use code THEMANUAL60 at checkout.

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Proclamation Goods aspires to help us all enjoy simpler, more intentional lives with beautifully functional things in the kitchen that spark joy, reflect our values, and help create new memories. That’s why the brand only sells two extremely high-quality cookware pieces that prioritize the health and safety of its customers and the planet.

The pans are crafted to last forever using responsibly sourced, time-tested, non-toxic materials produced by a family-owned cookware manufacturer in Wisconsin. They can be used in the oven or on the stovetop up to 500℉. To help keep your body and the environment healthy, these pans are free of coatings. Instead, they use high-quality, naturally low-stick materials. Still, you’ll need to use a bit of oil or butter to keep things moving. They’re super lightweight, and the aluminum core makes for even heat with no hot spots.

The Duo Pot

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When the Hybrid Pot and Sidekick Skillet’s powers combine, they form the Megatron of cookware-The Duo Pot. The two are thoughtfully designed to hinge together to form a Dutch oven for your savory stews, braised butts, and crazy casseroles. When you buy the Duo Pot combo, you get a savings of $19. With The Manual discount, that’s $79 in savings!

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It’s not very often that a company comes around that offers only two products. But, when your products have superior quality, a minimalist multi-use design, American craftsmanship, and are sustainable, their value is unmatched. The Proclamation Goods mantra is: Cook More with Less, and they deliver.

So if your New Year’s resolution is to live a life with less “things” or to only buy items that will last a lifetime, then you can do both with Proclamation Goods. Don’t miss out on your opportunity for $60 off your entire order on the Duo Pot with code THEMANUAL60 at checkout.

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